DENVER (KDVR) — Snow will continue in the Colorado mountains through Thursday night. A few rain and snow showers will drift across Denver weather through the late evening hours.

The mountains will get several inches of accumulation. The metro area could see some patchy, light, grassy accumulation as forecast by Pinpoint Weather, Colorado’s Most Accurate Forecast.

Weather tonight: Showers then clearing and cold

The rain and snow showers will come to an end around midnight across the Denver metro area. Snow will also end in the mountains. As the skies start to clear, overnight temperatures will quickly fall below freezing across most of Colorado.

The coldest readings will be in the high country, with single digits and teens possible. Denver temperatures will reach the upper 20s.

Weather tomorrow: Late-day showers return

Friday will start off chilly, with plenty of sunshine in metro Denver and along the Front Range. Snow will return to the Colorado mountains during the afternoon. Clouds will build by late afternoon across the Front Range.

Another round of rain and snow showers will pass over metro Denver during the evening hours.

Looking ahead: Cooler weekend with rain and snow

Temperatures will be cooler over the weekend with 40s expected in metro Denver on both days.

There will also be scattered showers. The first wave will be rain showers late on Friday mixing with snow showers early on Saturday. Another wave of rain showers will arrive late on Sunday and will mix with snow into early on Monday before ending.

It is possible that showers over the weekend could produce light accumulation in some areas along the Front Range. The totals look to be light as well. Roads should remain wet.

The metro area will dry out and start another slow warmup through the middle of next week.